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Motion decoys for duck hunting - do you use them? when, what kind, how often...? - The Last Coco
I'll start by saying this: I know jerk strings work. I use one often and it is a great way to add motion to your spread. That being said, it has it's limitations and I'm constantly looking for ways to improve the realism of my spread. Several times last year, I felt that the calm, clear water ar...
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Flocking mallard decoys - with pics - The Last Coco
Been itching to get back at the ducks and started updating and upgrading some of my decoys. I bought some flocking and glue from [link=(http://www.aerooutdoors.com/products/flocking/index.shtml)]Aero Outdoors[/link] (8oz of Green Mallard Mix flocking and 8oz of Emerald Green glue) and flocked the he...
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Latest YETI Ramber knockoff - Ozark Trail tumbler 30oz @ $10 & 20oz @ $8 - The Last Coco
Stumbled across this gem in Walmart today in the camping section: 30 oz Ozark Trail Tumbler for $10 [img]http://i708.photobucket.com/albums/ww82/patrickncoco/Mobile%20Uploads/2016-03/20160328_203102_zps1twmwd1w.jpg[/img] They also sell the 20oz for $8 and a Colster knockoff too for about $6 I th...
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Easter Weekend WRT - The Last Coco
Got in on some white bass action up in NWOK on Good Friday. Chilly start to the morning (24 degrees), but the fish turned on around noon and I found what they wanted. Ended up with 16 white bass from 15.5"-17.5". Biggest weighed 2.75lbs. Helluva way to spend the day, but that paddle back upstream ag...
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New to turkey hunting - anything the OB can tell me? - The Last Coco
Recently moved to OKC and this will be my first turkey season. Seeing as how the gobblers are plentiful here, I would like to target them. Our season starts 4/6 where I'll be hunting in NWOK and I'll have an opportunity to go scout the wma I want to hunt this coming Friday. This area of the stat...
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Any OB reviews on the Magellan YETI knockoff? - The Last Coco
Anyone on the OB have experience with the Magellan brand knockoff of the YETI (affectionately dubbed the "MagETI")? Been looking at getting a super-cooler and have narrowed it down to a Magellan and an RTIC. RTIC will take months to get here, Magellan is currently in stock at my local Academy. Th...
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FBD: can't drink all day if you don't start in the morning... - The Last Coco
FBD: Reasonably Corrupt on my Friday off. Nice to have a touch of LA up here in OKC. [Img]http://i708.photobucket.com/albums/ww82/patrickncoco/Mobile%20Uploads/2016-03/20160304_090754_zps6q29xpat.jpg[/img] ...
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Shipping company - pick up item at Port of Houston and deliver to OKC - The Last Coco
Alright this is a shot in the dark but I really don't know where to start otherwise: For our 5 year wedding anniversary (the theme is wood), the Mrs and I are giving each other a massive slab of petrified wood which we will turn into a coffee table. The piece we want is in Europe and is approxima...
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Beretta A300 Outlander vs Remington 1100 Magnum - The Last Coco
So I'm going to be buying a sub-$800 autoloader sometime before next season and have settled on 2 options: 1. NIB Beretta A300 Outlander 2. Used Remington 1100 Magnum with Remchoke Which would you buy and why? The 1100 would be a used/older gun but both can be had in the $700 range. I've alwa...
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Freezing fresh shrimp - why do you remove the head (and are they ruined)? - The Last Coco
I got a good deal on some fresh (from NOLA, driven up in a refrigerated truck that day), head-on shrimp up here in OKC and (apparently) mistakenly froze them head-on. I have never needed to freeze fresh shrimp before so I was unaware the heads needed to be removed prior to freezing. #1. Are they ...
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Desktop pc under $300 - pc stick, tower or something in between? - UPDATE in OP - The Last Coco
So Mrs. TLC needs a desktop computer at the house for work reasons. Will need to access some VPN clients and run some basic microsoft office and medical programs but nothing resource intensive. Also the monitor is actually a TV so hdmi output is required. I like the idea of a Zotac Zbox Pico or a...
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870 Express Magnum jamming after a shot - thoughts on fixes? - The Last Coco
So my 870 express magnum (early 2000s I think) has started jamming after a shot. It is difficult and sometimes impossible to rack the action, eject the shell and insert a new shell. Prior to this year, I had no issues with it doing this. Initially I thought it was corroded shell casings as the o...
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Turning cypress trunk sections into tabletops - tips or tricks? - The Last Coco
So I'm seriously considering turning some large, 38-42" x 4" thick sections, of cypress into coffee or side tables. They are fresh cut (2 weeks) and I'm worried about shrinkage, cracking and splitting during the curing process. A little is fine, I just have no clue what king of changes to expect. Is...
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Advice on getting ducks to finish - The Last Coco
So this past Friday I found a large flooded lake bottom grown up with willows, buckbrush and lots of vegetation. It was broken up with pockets of water and beaver channels. It also had hundreds of mallards in it. Saturday I hunted it for the 2nd split opener (in OK) expecting to have a quick limit -...
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How much weight should I expect to lose when I trim a dry-aged rib-roast? - The Last Coco
For a bachelor party on Saturday I picked up a 14.73#, 21-day, USDA Prime rib-roast. We will be feeding 11 people with it and I'm wondering what I'll be left with once we get the butcher to trim it up. Anybody have experience with this? I couldn't find any consistency online regarding it. Normally I...
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Fresh crabs on Friday - The Last Coco
I've got a bachelor party on Saturday that I'm trying to locate crabs, shrimp and oysters for anywhere between BTR, Northshore or NOLA (I might even swing back to Lafayette if need be). I've called my usual go-tos, but it appears many seafood markets will be closed on Friday when I'll be in town (dr...
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Jerk cords in the marsh - what do you secure the main line to? - The Last Coco
I just started hunting a shallow flooded grassy area of a lake here in OK and am having trouble figuring out how to secure the tag-end of my jerk cord. Typically I'm surrounded by wooded cover and tie it to that, but where we are it is only reeds and nothing substantial to tie to. For guys that ...
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Spinoff duck nicknames... Who here uses "Grey Duck" vs "Gadwall"? - The Last Coco
Recently transplanted to OKC and got some weird looks when I talked about crushing some grey ducks. They never heard that term before up here... So where does this term end? I know south and central LA use the term grey duck, and some people in NWLA do for sure, but I'm uncertain out of that rang...
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40% off on grills and fryers at Target through midnight Pacific on 11/3 - The Last Coco
I bought a grill tonight thanks to these deals and thought I would share: [link=(http://www.target.com/c/grills-outdoor-cooking-patio-garden/-/N-5xtq8#navigation=true&category=4170&view_type=medium&sort_by=Featured&facets=d_deals%3ASale&offset=0&pageCount=60&page=1&response_group=Items%2CVariationS...
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10/31 IBT & IST - Happy Halloween edition - The Last Coco
On my way to Drummond, OK for a little duck hunting. Hoping to make a dent in the Team Sprig deficit. 48 degrees, 12mph NNW wind, overcast and clearing throughout the morning. Be safe and good luck everyone....
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